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September 14, 2012

 
Before David Ash caught a six-yard touchdown pass from wideout Jaxon Shipley in the second quarter of last year’s Holiday Bowl, the Texas Longhorns had gone 25 straight drives without finding the end zone with Ash behind center. 

 
Before David Ash caught a six-yard touchdown pass from wideout Jaxon Shipley in the second quarter of last year’s Holiday Bowl, the Texas Longhorns had gone 25 straight drives without finding the end zone with Ash behind center. 
 

November 22, 2011

Updated with the subtractions of Rich Rodriguez (the new head coach at Arizona) and Kevin Sumlin (head coach at Houston), the re-addition of Manny Diaz (defensive coordinator at Texas) and the new addition of Todd Moken (offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State).

Updated with the subtractions of Rich Rodriguez (the new head coach at Arizona) and Kevin Sumlin (head coach at Houston), the re-addition of Manny Diaz (defensive coordinator at Texas) and the new addition of Todd Monken (offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State).

Diaz's and Monken's bios at the top. Followed by national statistics rankings for each of the 10 potential head coach candidates with the exception of Mike Leach, who is currently not coaching.

MANNY DIAZ, 37, Texas Defensive Coordinator

February 3, 2011

Justin Bell
offensive lineman
Callaway High School
Scout.com: 3 stars
Rivals.com: 3 stars
Vitals: 6-foot-3, 320 pounds
Bell might not be as highly touted as his Callaway teammate, Aaron Morris, but he possesses all of the tools to be a dependable Division I offensive lineman. He is expected to play center, a position that Ole Miss already has several dependable players at and will likely red shirt to provide quality depth for the future.

Nickolas Brassell
wide receiver

January 25, 2011

The state's top football recruit, Philadelphia's C.J. Johnson made a verbal commitment to Ole Miss Tuesday afternoon according to Rod Walker of The Clarion-Ledger. 

The state's top football recruit, Philadelphia's C.J. Johnson made a verbal commitment to Ole Miss Tuesday afternoon according to Rod Walker of The Clarion-Ledger. 

Johnson, who had been committed to Mississippi State for much of the recruiting process, is considered a five-star prospect by Rivals.com and the nation's No. 2 inside linebacker. Scout.com has Johnson as a four-star prospect and the No. 4 middle linebacker in the country.